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Old 07-03-2011, 06:39 PM   #11
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I store sail boat fuel in there. (That's air in case your wondering)
Post holes?
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:17 PM   #12
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I store sail boat fuel in there. (That's air in case your wondering)
Also an excellent place to store "air heads."
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:26 PM   #13
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positioned so that the four points that stick out from the connector are aligned with the corners of the tube
We store our sewer hose with attachments in there. It is a slightly tight fit but manageable if you do as quoted above.

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We store our sewer hose with attachments in there. It is a slightly tight fit but manageable if you do as quoted above.
I do the same.
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Going back to the original post by muelldawg, I believe he is talking about a port dedicated to store the hose and not the bumper.
Some trailers have an door that opens to a tube for the hose.
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It is just pvc with a cap on it. You could pop the cap off. If there is nothing near it, then you could fit your fishing poles in there.
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Thanks for the wonderful ideas. All good and funny!

Yesterday I folded up (4 folds) our black water hose. We use it to back flush the black water tank. I carefully stuffed this 8 foot long, 1 inch diameter hose into the RV sewer hose storage tube. It was a tight fit.
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I have one of those toilet wands with a flexible hose and a spinner at the end to rinse out the black tank. That fits nicely into the little port hole on the side that is labeled "Sewer Hose". I mounted a plastic fence post under the camper that holds my Rhino Hose and all the fittings including a 90 degree elbow.
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